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Synonyms for associate

Synonyms for associate

to unite or be united in a relationship

to come or bring together in one's mind or imagination

one who is united in a relationship with another

one who shares interests or activities with another

one that accompanies another

Synonyms for associate

a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a person with subordinate membership in a society, institution, or commercial enterprise

any event that usually accompanies or is closely connected with another

a degree granted by a two-year college on successful completion of the undergraduates course of studies

bring or come into association or action

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having partial rights and privileges or subordinate status

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A Describe Associator is a unary algebraic operator that takes as input the resulting relation of the Associator and for each tuple of this relation, it generates, from not null l attributes of the tuple, all the different subsets of specific size like {{a},{l-a},s}, where {a} is named antecedent subset and {l-a} consequent subset.
Let us say that we see Miller's concept of an associator as the main weakness of his approach, because it hides the most important cognitive functions of living systems.
Stage 4 is a modified Linear Associator built in similar fashion to the one in Stage 2.
However, the direct concept representations to articulatory motor pattern associator (Figure 4, pathway 1-2) does not contain much knowledge of sequences and sublexical entities because it translates spatially distributed patterns of activity that correspond to concepts into temporally distributed sequences of activity that correspond to articulated words.
Information processing subsystems such as the decoder, associator and decider provide mechanisms to enable information exchange (between units), storage and retrieval and learning.
As noted above, the nine primary subsystems are the boundary, converter, decider, input transducer, internal transducer, output transducer, decoder, encoder, and associator.
He also suggested in some instances that the number of subsystems could be reduced by combining the associator and memory, or by combining the channel and net and the decoder (Miller, 1978, p.
SSP does not recognize the importance of all of the 20 subsystems, in fact, it disputes raising certain subsystems important to living systems, such as decider, memory, associator, or reproducer to the level of general theory as they are restricted to purposeful, information-dense living systems without counterparts in physical systems.
The emphasis in Figure 6 is on the external connections to the associator, input transducer, internal transducer, decoder, encoder and motor subsystems (through the channel and net, not shown).
For information, there are the input transducer, internal transducer, channel and net, decoder, associator, memory, decider, encoder and output transducer.
The two critical subsystems in a living system that deal with the learning processes are associator and memory.
The information-processing subsystems are: the input transducer, the internal transducer, the channel and net, the decoder, the associator, the memory, the decider, the encoder, the output transducer, and the timer.
The associator forms enduring associations among items of information in a system (first-stage learning).
Those processing information are the input transducer, the internal transducer, the channel and net, the timer, the decoder, the associator, the memory, the encoder, the output transducer, and the decider.
They are (11) input transducer, (12) internal transducer, (13) channel and net, (14) timer, (15) decoder, (16) associator, (17) memory, (18) decider, (19) encoder, and (20) output transducer.
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